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Sian Barber

be addressed. Or, It has been the trend within writing on British horror cinema to identify the key players within the field, such as Steve Chibnall’s work on Peter Walker or Peter Hutchings’ study of Terence Fisher, but what of more modern directors who work within the horror film genre? How does a film like 28 Days Later (2002) fit within the established conventions and traditions of British horror cinema? As well as offering a review of all the relevant literature, writing in this way will also help you to identify the sources you have used in your work. What

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Spicer’s work on masculinity (Typical Men), James Chapman on history (Past and Present), Leon Hunt on low-brow (British Low Culture), Peter Hutchings on horror cinema (Hammer and Beyond), John Hill on the British new wave (Sex, Class and Realism), Claire Monk and Amy Sargeant on heritage (British Historical Cinema), Steve Chibnall and Robert Murphy on crime cinema (British Crime Cinema) and Andrew Higson on national identity (Film England).13 Also useful could be Charles Barr’s account of Ealing Studios (Ealing Studios), Sue Harper writing on women in the film industry

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